Boat owners insurance protects you and your family should something unpredictable happen. In many cases your home insurance policy will provide minimal to no coverage for your boat or personal watercraft—refer to your home insurance policy to determine your exact coverage. You may want to look into additional boat insurance options. There are a hefty handful of coverage options to choose from. Here’s the scoop on a few of the most-common:
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Boating is fun, but accidents can be stressful. And because you want to protect your favorite toy, along with your family, boating insurance is an important choice.
Basically, you can pay more now and possibly have lower out of pocket expenses should an accident or damage occur, or you can pay less annually and foot a bigger bill come accident or damage time. It’s a personal choice—sit down and take a look at your finances and where you personally feel the most at ease, and decide from there.
When you’re a boater, there’s not much worse than a boating accident to ruin your day on the water. We've got the specifics on what to do should this worst-case scenario arise.
When it comes to boating, accidents unfortunately happen, thankfully, you can protect your boat and loved ones with quality boating insurance, and having the knowledge to be sure you’re prepared for the worst—just in case. In the meantime, take this boating safety quiz to see where you fall on the safety know-how spectrum.
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Allstate Boat Insurance Made Simple
Allstate Top Notch Boat Insurance Infographic
Allstate Procedures After a Boating Accident
Take Me Fishing Boating Safety
Take Me Fishing Emergency Protocol
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